The color of our interior spaces could greatly affect the look of our homes as well as its ambiance. That is why it is important that we pick the best color for our interiors not just for our bedrooms which most of the time is our favorite spot but even for living rooms, dining rooms and all the other areas of the house. Most of the time, the color for the public areas of the house is just the same to establish coherence but there are also instances that each area has different wall colors and accents.
Talking about colors, we will feature a list of beige dining rooms. The dining rooms that we gathered for this list has beige walls wherein some have beige furniture and decors too. But there are also other spaces that added a different color for their furniture and even to their walls. You will see how this can work well for your dining room through the images below. So, come and take a look.
Image: Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
This beautiful dining room is graced with a stunning chandelier above a table that was designed by a great designer in NYC named Matthew Isom.
The color of the walls in this dining room is Revere Pewter from Ben Moore. Aside from the furniture and chandelier, the French door and windows are charming elements in this dining area.
Image: Hendel Homes
What you can see in the flooring are quarter sawn White Oak wood floors with custom stain. It looked good with the beige walls and the furniture.
Image: baranstudio : architecture
The paint trim and walls the same hue which shows us that doing that could actually work good together. But we can always pick a slightly chalky hue, like milk white, putty, glacier blue or fog gray, and paint both walls and trim for a subtle and easy effect.
Mill Valley Estate
Image: KCS, Inc.
Walls for this dining room is matte or low sheen finish which is typical on common areas of the house. Using matte could give a good contrast to the semi-gloss trim.
Image: Unique Spaces
The Broderick Dining Table looks perfect when paired with the chairs in oatmeal color. They bring some charm to this beige dining room especially the pendant lights.
Brookstone Estates – The Holt
Image: Kiya Developments Ltd.
This dining area has a different shape but the designer was able to design it well with a lovely round table, round pendant light and comfy dining chairs. The centerpiece is not a real flower but was purchased from Union Lighting and Furnishings in Toronto.
Traditional Dining Room
Image: EB Interior Designs
We love the soft feel of this dining room that is being lighted by the pendant light that suspends from the ceiling. You can see that this space is intended for a large number of people while using a round table.
Image: Kensington & Associates
Who will not like the sconces flanking the windows? Well, we all did. The candle sconces matched well with the ceiling lighting comprised of candles of different sizes. Just imagine how dramatic and romantic this dining area will look like with all these candles around!
Ryland Homes Pioneer Ridge Modesl
Image: TRIO Environments
This space is all about the details with full height mirrors that made it look spacious. The wooden beams bring in some rich appeal to it as well as the beautiful wall art. Note that one wall was painted in blue while the rest were in beige that matched the chairs.
Image: Globus Builder
The paint palette in this dining room is so subtle and lovely especially with the white chairs and brown dining table.
Image: W. David Seidel, AIA – Architect
This dining room renovation is sure a success. A new sliding pocket door was added to provide access from the dining room to the powder room as well as to the backyard. This may look small but its appeal is gigantic!
Georgian – Parade of Homes 2012
Image: Cyndi Parker Interiors
A chic dining room will beat every modern and traditional space with its sassy appeal and charm! What you see here are Saybrook Chairs from Pottery Barn.
Image: Woods Design Builders
Adding yellow chairs to a beige space could certainly enhance the brightness of it just like what we can see here. We also love the ceiling decor!
Image: Liz Levin Interiors
This area boasts timeless elegance by mixing modern and traditional lines. It has a peaceful and seaside feel that make it look so serene.
Yes, the beige dining rooms above are really lovely! You can see how beige could add some warmth to your space as well as making it more inviting for guests. The advantage of using beige is that it can be paired with other colors too no matter how strong or how gentle the hues are. If you prefer other colors for your dining room, you can always pick a different one just like yellow dining rooms or maybe even a blue dining room. Take your pick for your dining room’s colors!